An established human therapy helps horses as well. Learn about FES and its possible equine applications.
Environment also to blame in exercise-induced pulmonary hemorrhage cases so severe that horses bleed from the nostrils.
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Your article on tying-up left out the old remedy I have used successfully every time: vitamin E/selenium injections prior to whatever led to tying-up episodes in the past. I never had this fail and wonder why it has been abandoned?
Is crowdsourcing the research funding of the future for equine health studies?